Stayed here for several days, mainly because we had to get new tires on the motorhome and it was Labor Day weekend, so we had to wait until Tuesday. Easy to get to, very nice people/staff. They had breakfast and dinner available in the picnic area, which was very nice. Good food also. Very nice spots except they were very dusty, not a lot of rock in our spot mostly dry dirt. That was the only downside. Never made it to the pool, but it looked refreshing. Nice place to stay.
We stayed in this campground on our way home to Minnesota. They have a drive-in movie also, but not sure if you can hear it in your motorhome through the radio. They had stopped showing movies on Labor Day. Nice idea, would have been fun. No shade and lots of rock. No picnic tables, no cable TV, but you can get local channels with antenna and they do have Wi-Fi. Very, very nice showers. The best we have seen because you can actually move around in them. The only thing I think they need to do, is add a table at each site, people don't necessarily travel with one.
We stayed here in our motorhome on our way home to Minnesota. Our last week of traveling for a month. Been looking for the "great" place to stay for several days before actually arriving home. This won't be it. Very nice people, nice ground, showers, bathrooms. The problem is the spaces are so close together, that we couldn't put our awning out because, to us, it was too close to the neighbors. We put it down but didn't put the legs down, just because we needed to keep the sun out, it was very hot. Our neighbor pulled in the opposite way, which is probably the way he is suppose to, but then both of our doors open out into the same area with two picnic tables. I like to meet people at parks but really don't want to sit with them outside in the same area. You don't have your own space. If those two things don't bother you, this would be the place for you. Everything else was fine.